Will the Samsung Galaxy S10 offer support for Cardano (ADA)?

10 Mar, 2019 | Updated: 10 Mar, 2019
by David Robb
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Will the Samsung Galaxy S10 offer support for Cardano (ADA)?

Charles Hoskinson recently posted a video on Twitter teasing a potential new development for Cardano (ADA). He demonstrated what appeared to be a payment card loaded with ADA, syncing with Samsung's new crypto-enabled smartphone.

Alongside HTC Exodus 1, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the most eagerly-anticipated mobile devices in the crypto community. Not much is known for sure about its crypto features yet, but it will include a crypto wallet that is likely to be compatible with a number of different major tokens as well as Enjin Coin (ENJ), which pumped recently following announcements.

This latest demonstration from the head of IOHK suggests that the S10's imaging system will be compatible with crypto payment cards. Hoskinson scanned some kind of crypto 'bank note' in order to upload ADA on to what appears to be a mobile wallet app. Both the card and the software were developed by Tangem, a company that specializes in mobile physical storage for crypto.

Many observers were excited about this new development for Cardano (ADA), although not everyone was prepared to speculate on what the video might mean or wait for official confirmation.

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